Malaysian cartoonist Zunar, whose books are regularly censored, appeared at Busboys and Poets in Washington, DC. With his permission, I've uploaded a recording of his talk, which was sponsored by Cartoonists Rights Network, International. Topics: Zunar, Malaysia, cartoonist, editorial cartoons, political cartoons, censorship, free speech
This is a series of political cartoons to appear on the local Tacoma blog aggregate Feed Tacoma. Cartoonist, Richard Ryan (RR) Anderson is downtown Tacoma's self proclaimed "friendly neighborhood webmaster" at the website Holistic Forge Works [dot] Com. Topics: political cartoons, cartoonist, Tacoma, Holistic Forge Works, RR Anderson
byQuentin-Bauchart, Maurice, 1857-1910; Yudin Collection (Library of Congress) DLC
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Caricatures and cartoons, Political cartoons, Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871 Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=R3APAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
NEWS from the LIBRARY of CONGRESS April 10, 2015 Public contact: Martha H. Kennedy (202) 707-9115, firstname.lastname@example.orgRequest ADA accommodations five business days in advance at (202) 707-6362 or email@example.com Cartoonists Signe Wilkinson and Ann Telnaes DiscussPolitical Cartooning in Today’s World Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonists Signe Wilkinson and Ann Telnaes will share their perspectives on the art of political cartooning and show examples of their own cartoons, in a panel discussion at the... Topics: political cartoons, censorship, Charlie Hebdo massacre, Ann Telnaes, Signe Wilkinson
"Hell Up to Date: The Reckless Journey of R. Palasco Drant, Newspaper Correspondent, Through the Infernal Regions, as Reported by Himself." by Art Young (1866-1943) Chicago: F.J. Schulte, July 1894. Rare first work by famed left wing cartoonist Arthur Henry "Art" Young updating Dante's "Inferno" for a new generation. The topic was revisited in 1934 as "Art Young's Inferno: A Journey Through Hell Six Hundred Years After Dante." Numerous pen-and-ink... Topics: rationalism, socialism, radicalism, Art Young, political cartoons, left wing art
Political and editorial cartoonist and animator Ann Telnaes interviewed by Mike Rhode at the Small Press Expo, about her career. Topics: women, cartoonists, Ann Telnaes, Pulitzer Prize, animation, editorial cartoons, political cartoons
Political cartoonist Lee Judge discusses his new book The Stuff They Wouldnât Print, a collection of cartoons that have been rejected during his 34-year career. The book includes his take on Tiger Woodsâ troubles, Ronald Reaganâs colon surgery, and an imagined talk between Hillary Clinton and Lorena Bobbit. This event took place at the Plaza Branch of the Kansas City Public Library on December 9, 2010. Topics: Lee Judge, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, cartoonist, political cartoons
UMass Amherst Professor Emeritus Richard Minear explores the Wartime political cartons of Dr. Seuss in a talk at Brooks Memorial Library in Brattleboro on November 3.,2010 His talk, "Dr. Seuss Goes to War,” was part of the Vermont Humanities Council’s First Wednesdays lecture series and takes place at 7:00 p.m. Dr. Minear examines Seuss’s editorial cartons of 1940–41, which attacked anti-Semitism and black-white racism, but depicted Japanese problematically at best. Dr. Minear is... Topics: Richard Minear, Dr. Seuss, Theodor Seuss Geisel, propaganda, anti-semitism, Brooks Memorial...
Tananbaum, Duane, Drawn to public service Columbia University Libraries, New York, NY : c2009. 64 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. Topics: Lehman, Herbert H.--(Herbert Henry),--1878-1963--Biography., Political cartoons--History--20th...
Tananbaum, Duane, Drawn to public service : Columbia University Libraries, New York, NY : c2009. 64 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. Topics: Lehman, Herbert H.--(Herbert Henry),--1878-1963--Biography., Political cartoons--United...
Curator's Conversation: Herblock, Drawn from Memory National Portrait Gallery Friday, June 27, 2008 The political cartoons of Herbert Lawrence Block (1909-2001), known by the pen name "Herblock," appeared in American newspapers for more than seventy years. National Portrait Gallery senior historian Sid Hart, Pulitzer prize-winning reporter Haynes Johnson, historian Roger Wilkins together with Pulitzer prize-winning cartoonist Tony Auth, will join in a conversation about the life and... Topics: political cartoons, editorial cartoons, Herblock, Herbert Block, National Portrait Gallery, Haynes...
byNyiahbinghi I Boboshanti I Ital Film Productions
http://economyincrisis.org/content/political-corruption-on-the-rise Political Corruption on the Rise February 03, 2014 James Moreland Over the past forty years, power, money and greed have corrupted our elected government officials at every level. Whatâs most alarming is that the blatant corruption running rampant in Washington is actually being tolerated by the American people. Unfortunately, members of both parties act as if their jobs are nothing more than a big political game. Theyâre so... Topics: politics, polytricks, deception, illusion, babylon, western civilization, cartoon, animation,...
News Network - The NBA has recommended a petition to move the Sacramento Kings to Seattle be denied. This is not the final say in the Kings saga but it does have good implications for the Sacramento ownership group seeking to keep the basketball team. It also has some political implications for Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, who has staked nearly his entire tenure in city government on building a new sports and entertainment complex. We'll get the details from the NBA with Capital Public... Topics: KXJZ, Insight, Sacramento public radio, Capital Public Radio, CSU Sacramento, News Network, NBA,...